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Posted 22 March 2023

Google Nest Mini Hands-Free Smart Speaker, 2nd Gen, Charcoal £19 + £2.50 click and collect at John Lewis

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Bring the power of Google and the convenience of voice-interaction into the living room with the Google Nest Mini hands-free smart speaker. Powered by Google Assistant, you can ask it questions, and tell it to do things. And with support for multiple users, it can distinguish your voice from others in your home so you get a more personalised experience**. It's your own Google, always ready to help. Just start by saying "Ok Google". Built-in far-field microphones ensure it will always hear and respond.

Get Answers from Google
Just by using your voice, get the latest weather, traffic, finance, news, sports and more. Ask for things like translations, calculations, nutrition information and unit conversions. Or find other information that you're curious about with the power of Google Search, Maps, and more, built right in.

"Hey Google, will I need an umbrella today?"
"No, rain is not expected today."

Manage Your Day
Get personalised help managing your schedule, commute and more whenever Google Nest Mini recognises your voice** (with your permission, of course). Plus, use it to set alarms, timers and reminders and listen to news and radio stations.

"Hey Google, wake me up at 6AM tomorrow."
"Got it, your alarm's set for 6AM."

"Hey Google, what time's my first meeting?"

Play, Pause and Rewind, Hands-free
Control compatible entertainment hands-free from the comfort of your sofa. Google Nest Mini works with your Chromecast so that you can start streaming shows, movies and music from compatible content providers on your TV or speakers with just your voice.

"Hey Google, play The Crown from Netflix."

Control Your Smart Home
Use your voice to control compatible smart lights, thermostats, switches and more from your favourite home automation systems like Philips Hue, Nest and Samsung SmartThings.

"Hey Google, dim the lights in the kitchen."
"You got it, turning off kitchen lights."

Google Home App
Download the free Google Home App (available on iOS and Android) onto your smart device for easy set-up and control. Please note this app is required to operate Google Home Mini.

Google Nest Mini is compatible with Nest, Philips Hue, Hive, Samsung SmartThings, IFTTT, TP-Link, Spotify, Google Play, TuneIn, Youtube, Netflix, Google Photos, Google Chromecast, Philips, Sony and more.


  • Enjoy richer and bigger sounding music, thanks to a 40% stronger bass than the original Mini.
  • Hang the easy to mount Nest Mini directly on to the wall in your kitchen, bedroom or living room, ensuing it's always within in reach, but never in your way.
  • Keeps you informed and up to date: Instant news, weather and commute updates without lifting a finger.
  • Master the kitchen: Helps you with timers, step-by-step recipes, and conversions and substitutes.
  • Start your smart home: Always improving with seamless connections to the latest compatible smart lights and thermostats.

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  1. deleted2686495's avatar
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    Think these are still £20 in B&M - more convenient for a load of people.
    dajoebomb's avatar
    Thanks for that, I will take a look
  2. Ballards's avatar
    I've just started using my first generation one again as we've moved house and it was the easiest thing to grab and plug in.
    I've never been keen on voice commands and they are just as flaky as ever but the good thing about Google is that you can cast from many apps and get what you actually want to listen to. Alexa could do with the same functionality, the app is very limited.
    I might get a second one off eBay and setup for stereo sound.
  3. DealJourno's avatar
    I put one of these in our recycling last week. Just so unreliable now, not even worth giving away.
    ellbee's avatar
    That’s a shame. I have several dotted around the house and all work like a dream.
  4. ionut.ciungulescu's avatar
    I dont know how this are still selling. It belongs in the trash.
    DealJourno's avatar
    Or small electricals recycling.
  5. sidat391's avatar
    Are google not due to be releasing new generations these seem so outdated now
    rlszer's avatar
    Alexa is much better. We have both, Google is sooo lagging
  6. goodbuy's avatar
    Bought one about 6 weeks ago recommended by my son as a radio for the kitchen, absolutely love it, great buy in my opinion, heat from me
  7. Addyhayat's avatar
    thank you bought one now
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